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Track’em Tigers Welcomes Two New Writers

By on May 30th, 2010 in Football Comments Off
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With the departure of War Damn Zach from Track’em Tigers, we’ve taken the opportunity to change our weekly line-up. That means adding two new writers to our team.

Please join me in welcoming AubTigerman and KoolBell777 as our newest team members. If you are regulars here, these two are no strangers. They been some our most active contributors over the years and we are thrilled they have agreed to join us.

Aubtigerman will be responsible for our Wednesday spot and will also be contributing stories at other times throughout the month. He brings a thorough knowledge of Auburn football history and I can’t wait to learn from him. Last week’s story on Ben Tamburello brought back lots of memories from those early Pat Dye teams. Look for more of the same in the coming months. Welcome Aubtigerman.

KoolBell777 will be with us each Friday as well as other times throughout the month. He brings a ton of writing experience to Track’em Tigers. He produces two other blogs, including the Auburn site over at Phil Steele.com. His writing is some of the most thought provoking around. I feel fortunate to have him on our team. Welcome KoolBell.

Thankfully, War Eagle Atlanta and Acid Reign have signed on for another year. They are the foundation of this operation. Together with our new writers, I believe TET is poised to have its best season yet. It’s hard to believe we are entering our fourth football season here. Time flies. We’ve all seen a lot – much of it good and unfortunately, a lot of things we would rather have missed. But that’s what makes Auburn football special.

Most importantly, I want to thank all of you for making Track’em Tigers a part of your day. You have a lot of options out there and it means the world to me that you make time for us. Without your comments and opinions, we are nothing. That’s what makes this site unique from all the other Auburn locations.

I hope you and your family and friends have a wonderful Memorial Day Weekend. Take time to remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for us.

War Eagle!

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